I just started watching it this week, finished up episode 6 last night. Yeah it's good, but the best show on TV right now? Maybe, not a lot of competition right now.
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Behringer is a shit, sorry, I hate that shitty company, please don't recommend me their crap, because I had bad experiences with them in the past.
The the brittle distortion comes only from one speaker the left.
Personally I would hesitate to get either of these today. Those encoders are hard to replace and are starting to fail at this point in time. My personal favorite wavetable/wavesequencing synth is the Korg Wavestation, and they are really cheap right now. Get an EX or AD version.
Synths to complement existing ones:
Moog Sub 37
Yamaha 01v96i digital mixer/audio interface/daw control
Neumann KH 120
Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro 32 Ohm
Eventide Eclipse or Valhalla Plugins
Sennheiser MKH 416-P48U3
Cubase AI (free license with yamaha 01v96i) or Protools
SpeakersYou really need to sit down with your favorite music and listen to them, to see which pair works the best for you. Even better would be to try them out in your work space if you can.
I have these 3 candidates:
I've been recommended in another forum a very good reverb unit, Eventide Eclipse, but reading the specs seems it doesn't process a lot of inputs at once with different presets...That's what the aux sends on a mixer are for, you can send audio from each channel/instrument to an effect via the aux send, then send the output of the effect back into the mixer and mix everything together. The more aux sends your mixer has the more effects you can use.
So I think I will investigate first daw reverb plugins.You can use your DAW as a mixer provided it has enough inputs and outputs, that's how I work these days. I use logic and all my synths and effects are connected to my computer directly via my audio interface.
I've used reaper, it's very intuitive, but I think I will use cubase or protools in the end.
I was very fond of the TC Electronics VSS3 Reverb I had on a Powercore card in a now deceased G5.....always had my eye on TC 4000 as this has that algorithm and the VSS4 plus more in it.
This was my concern with the Fireworx that it might be limited regarding each patch though I have found limits are often a good thing.....is it tricky to patch the firefox with the relatively small screen?
The Stargate sounds very good and different.....is it in production today?
Never heard of the Stargate before - what's it like?
Coming from New Zealand, a country where ambient music is basically unheard may be one of the reasons
I was watching a video on one of the portable amps designed for use with mobile devices, the guy said on an Apple, rather than feeding the headphone Out into it, you can get a connector that uses the proprietary apple socket to feed the amp and that this bypasses the not so good amp in the Apple so you start with a cleaner signal.
1: If you use a sample from an already existing work then you credit & COMPENSATE the creator and the source
I've found using a binaural recording of something like rain or a storm for example, gives a great spatial element to a track. Binaural recordings I'd say are
perhaps more suited to field recordings.
I like Binaural recordings but why not do the same of the original mix also ?
it works in speakers too the effect..even though not in the same way.
What software do you use ?
How long would it take you to do these binaural mixes?